Hong Kong showcased its innovation and technology (I&T) strengths at three fairs last week, including the first-ever InnoEX co-organised by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), held concurrently with the Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) and Hong Kong International Lighting Fair (Spring Edition).
Innovation and technology (I&T) play important roles in Hong Kong's development blueprint, especially in the growing demand for smart-city technologies and applications, bringing more opportunities for technology companies and start-ups.
Explore a full circuit of industry connections as the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) returns in strength following the opening up of Hong Kong’s borders. Exhibitors have a golden opportunity to showcase their wares. The fair attracts premier buyers from every sector around the world. Exhibitors can power up their businesses and enjoy front-row access to key industry players at Asia’s premier electronics marketplace!
As the world enters a new era of technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and fifth-generation (5G) telecoms, the microelectronics and semiconductor industries are developing rapidly. Tiny integrated circuits, known as chiplets, are now expected to gradually replace chips to meet market demand.
Events showcasing electronic and communications appliances and components have long been a staple for the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC). This year, the HKTDC combined its five autumn technology fairs events into a single exhibition, running in a hybrid physical and online format, that underscored Hong Kong’s emergence as a growing innovation and technology hub.
Explore a world of cutting-edge smart-city solutions and information and communications technology (ICT) applications across all sectors at the HKTDC International ICT Expo. Learn about the next-generation strategies that can provide a clearer path towards the brighter, smarter cities of tomorrow.
The world's leading showcase for innovative electronics products is taking a disruptive shift towards the future in 2022. Home to a world of innovations that will change our lives, the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Autumn Edition) gathers exhibitors and buyers from every sector in the confident expectation of ushering through game-changing technologies. Fair highlights include the Hall of Fame, featuring acclaimed brands that represent the pinnacle of global electronics. The Startup Zone, run together with the HKTDC International ICT Expo, connects innovative tech start-ups and young entrepreneurs with investors, journalists, buyers and manufacturers through pitching sessions, networking events and product launches. The Tech Hall is a cutting-edge showcase of next-generation electronics that align with modern lifestyles.
From the massive rainforests of the Amazon basin to the windblown Tierra del Fuego and icy heights of the Andes, and spanning the 11,000 kilometres between Tijuana and Ushuaia, Latin America presents a massive and diverse market.
Although neither Russia nor Ukraine number among Taiwan’s leading trading partners, the European conflict has already dealt a blow to the territory’s economy. The conflict is likely to contribute to a rise in inflation, which is now expected to exceed 2% this year.
Two years ago, Big Data & AI World was the last trade show welcoming visitors to the ExCel exhibition and convention centre prior to the United Kingdom succumbing to its first COVID-19 lockdown. The ensuing period proved to be an exciting one in terms of digital transformation, with more and more businesses going online throughout the course of the outbreak.
The International Sourcing Show (ISS), running from 5-8 July 2022, aims to bring smarter sourcing and better living. The show consolidates seven fairs that the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) had originally planned for April but needed to reschedule amid the fifth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Hong Kong. The themes of the combined show are Healthy Living, Smart Living, Stylish Living and Sustainable Living.
The International Sourcing Show, running from 5-8 July 2022, aims to bring smarter sourcing and better living. The show consolidates seven fairs which the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) had originally planned for April but needed to be rescheduled amid the fifth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Hong Kong. The themes of the combined show are Healthy Living, Smart Living, Stylish Living and Sustainable Living.
Following the COVID-19 pandemic, companies are accelerating campaigns to upgrade brands, transform e-commerce systems and develop new production and supply chains to ensure they remain viable as long-term businesses.